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1)

What is the meaning of "v'Shav ha'Gevul ha'Ramah"?

1.

Malbim: The northeast corner of Ashers border was at Tzidon. The border turns to the south, until ha'Ramah and Ir Mivtzar Tzur.

2)

Where is ha'Ramah?

1.

Bi'ur ha'Gra: It is the east of Zevulun.

3)

What is Ir Mivtzar Tzor?

1.

Rashi citing Targum Yonasan: It is walled cities, strong cities. 1

2.

Radak, Malbim: It is a fortress that was on a great Tzur (rock).


1

Lev Yitzchak: In Shmuel 2 24:7, Targum Yonasan did not add 'strong cities' It is not clear why the Targum is in the plural.

4)

Where is Ir Mivtzar Tzor?

1.

Bi'ur ha'Gra: Zevulun is shaped like a thigh. From east [to west] it gets wider, until Mivtzar Tzor, and from there it goes straight until Yam ha'Gadol.

2.

Malbim: It is near the southeast corner of Asher, but it is of Naftoli. It is not the big coast city; that was not built yet.

5)

What is the meaning of "v'Shav ha'Gevul Chosah"?

1.

Malbim: From there the border resumed to from east to west.

6)

What is "me'Chevel Achzivah"?

1.

Rashi citing Targum Yonasan: It is from Adav (the lot) of Keziv. 1


1

Lev Yitzchak: Some texts of Targum Yonasan say 'me'Adav li'Cheziv', i.e. they are two places. (If so, why are there only 22 cities? Refer to 19:6:2:2 and the note there.

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